Lauren Jauregui attends the Instagram + Facebook Women in Music Luncheon in West Hollywood, California. File/ AFP
As the world battles Covid-19, many industries have suffered huge blows, the music industry included. This week we take a look at how some artists and famous DJs are turning to sponsored home performances to stay relevant and sustain their careers.
A-list DJs Diplo and Dillon Francis recently entertained fans with a sponsored set broadcast on Instagram live as well as the ever-popular Zoom. Yes it was small, but it was something and better than nothing. This is what many artists are doing now and homebound fans are definitely enjoying it.
For music lovers waiting for albums and tours, live-streamed mini performances are a welcomed pleasure from the trappings of staying at home. We think more artists should jump on this bandwagon to remind fans exactly what they are missing.
If you are missing travelling and planning your summer holiday right now, turn to our Travel page to learn how to take a virtual tour of the beautiful city of Edinburgh. While it pales in comparison to the real experience, you could use the virtual tour as a way to plan your next real holiday after coronavirus subsides.
On the subject of doing things from home, turn to our Beauty page to learn how to give yourself a face massage. Again, we know, it’s not like going to the spa for a facial but give it a chance. Apparently the benefits include removing tension and stress from muscle tissue as well as plumping and hydrating the skin. Famous fans of facial massages include Gisele Bundchen and Meghan Markle.
American actress, singer and dancer Jennifer Lopez says having to quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic has prompted her to recalibrate her parenting.
Dionne Warwick, who has reigned as a diva for over six decades, is now using her voice as the 'Queen of Twitter,' spreading joy and poking fun in viral tweets to a new audience.
Gomez said when she was out of social media, "I was so much happier with just me, myself, how I looked, and that helped a lot".
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, the Arizona Democrat who single-handedly thwarted her party’s longtime goal of raising taxes on wealthy investors, received nearly $1 million over the past year from private equity professionals, hedge fund managers and venture capitalists whose taxes would have increased under the plan.
On July 11, Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Nikema Williams introduced the Youth Voting Rights Act, which if enacted would be perhaps the most significant expansion of voting access for young people in more than 50 years. It’s the second major action intended to make voting easier for young people, including
This morning, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hoisted the national flag from the wall of the Red Fort in New Delhi and, in a televised address to his 1.39 billion countrymen and women, eulogised the advances the country has made over the past 75 years.
When Vince Gilligan first announced that his next project after Breaking Bad would be Better Call Saul, I remember thinking to myself “well, it was nice while it lasted.” The hubris of trying to make a follow-up to what is easily one of the most perfect TV shows ever made is bad enough, but a prequel set before any of